Fly high in the air above Mazatlan,
where you'll be amazed at how peaceful it is, as
you glide effortlessly through the sky. Take
incredible aerial photographs of the city and the
entire Sinaloa state, as you gaze at the sheer beauty
of this part of Mexico.
We offer you the best prices
for Mazatlan Parasailing, plus let you use our beach
club facilities for free!
silently up to 300 feet in the air over Mazatlan,
as you're pulled by a speedboat high over the water!
relaxing on the beach, swimming in the pool,
or having drinks or food at the snack bar, restaurant
and bar at the brand new
Posada Freeman hotel*
in the Golden Zone.
or enjoy a wealth of other
water activities at
the same location, reserve now for the best prices!
need to reserve a time, you can use your e-ticket
anytime! We offer Mazatlan's only no-port,
no-pay policy. If your cruise ship doesn't
port, you receive a full refund. There is
no risk to book with us, only savings and
FREE use of our beach club - exclusive to
customers of Mazatlan Tours!
Yes! This excursion is available to you and will
work with most cruise schedules.
You pick the start time!
through Saturday. You can come
down anytime between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
It's up to you!
Duration: Approximately 10 minutes.
Departs: From the Heart of Mazatlan's
Golden Zone. Exact meeting instructions will accompany
Sunblock, Camera, Extra money for drinks or
food at the Posada Freeman hotel.
Kids: All ages are welcome.
Don't forget - you get FREE use of the beach
Our tours are open to everyone - no matter
what country you're from, hotel guests,
cruise ship passengers, residents, everyone!
All prices are in U.S. Dollars and include
WITH YOUR RESERVATION!
a great deal! Not only do you get to take
an exciting parasailing ride, but then afterward
you can relax and lounge at the hotel and beach
club, enjoying the restaurant, bar, pool, and beach
facilities to your heart's content.
Water Activities you can enjoy at the same location:
stop at just one?
There are two Posada Freeman Hotels. One is
downtown on Las Olas Beach, and was built in 1944.
This one is brand new, and is between the El Cid
Castilla and Inn at Mazatlan Hotels in the Golden